September 12, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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PSA Inc, two operating units file Chapter 11


And Now, the Big Bankruptcy

Chronicler of dot-com doom for sale on eBay

Law firm prepared for dot com bankruptcies

Sellers Find It Hard To Put A Price On Distressed Dotcoms - "It's a bit like selling thin air" - ABJ Reports Involuntary Bankruptcy Petition Filed By Bible Publisher And Others



Black Hawk folds its cards

Black Hawk Gaming backs out of bid for Claridge


New York Appeals Court Disbars Bankruptcy Lawyer

For-profit nursing home chains -- a failed experiment?

Ohio: You can sweep dust under the carpet, but not debt


The Loewen Group announces potential significant conversions of Preferred Shares

Loewen Group Series C Preferred Share Holders Seek Conversion Right


Movie Theater Industry:

Wehrenberg lays off 18 percent of corporate staff

Movie theater chain's bankruptcy won't close Santa Fe theaters

Are Theatres Too Much of a Good Thing?


Las Vegas tech firm in bankruptcy

Legal issues keep Empower firm busy in state, bankruptcy courts

Creditors using Arbor Hill site as leverage to get claims settled

Vista Eyecare's blurring view- More closings on the horizon?

Time Warner Telecom To Buy GST Telecomm For $640 Million Cash



New Bankruptcy Opinions
(4 new opinions today)

Gencor agrees to enter Chapter 11

North Carolina: Triangle's largest independent physician practice files for bankruptcy

An inside look at bankruptcy court

LOGS Financial Services, Inc. Calls for Participants in Panel Discussion to Promote Reform of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

Bankruptcy May Result In Higher Insurance Premiums

CellNet Data Systems Liquidation Plan Becomes Effective

Michigan - Retailers Step In To Help Eva's Brides

Bus firm's demise hits customers' wallets


TNK's Chernogorneft Transfer To Sidanko Faces New Delay



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